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Fluid Intake, Dehydration, And Exercise: Part II of V

by on June 11, 2009

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This is the second article The Science of Sport series on fluid intake, dehydration and exercise. In the last article, Ross and Jonathan looked at the history of fluid intake and how radically our beliefs on the subject had changed. Today they turn their attention to the evidence that has accompanied this shift, beginning with the contention that runners who become dehydrated are likely to develop heat stroke.

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